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Follow a family therapist's narrative diary as he documents the process of working with the Salazars, as they explore each stage of their relationship-from courtship through the departure of the children from the home.
Table of Contents
|Disturbing the Peace||p. 1|
|"Can You Help Us?"||p. 1|
|Looking for Leverage||p. 2|
|Dialogue: Setting the System in Motion||p. 5|
|It Must Be a Marital Problem||p. 8|
|Linear versus Circular Causality||p. 8|
|The Making of a Family Therapist||p. 15|
|Behind the One-Way Mirror||p. 18|
|Love's Young Dream||p. 23|
|"We'll Sing in the Sunshine"||p. 24|
|"Why Do Fools Fall in Love?"||p. 29|
|"I Do"||p. 30|
|The Progress of Love||p. 33|
|"Why Are You So Mean to Me?"||p. 35|
|How to Succeed as a Couple by Really Trying||p. 47|
|"Alone at Last"||p. 53|
|Invaders from Another Planet||p. 54|
|Accommodation and Boundary-Making with the In-Laws||p. 56|
|Invisible Loyalties||p. 60|
|Past Tense and Imperfect Future||p. 61|
|The Depressed Young Mother||p. 67|
|The Impossible Job||p. 69|
|The Family Life Cycle||p. 72|
|2 + 1 = 2||p. 76|
|Heather's Birth||p. 77|
|The Young and the Restless||p. 79|
|Renegotiating Boundaries with Grandparents||p. 80|
|Bitter Fruit||p. 83|
|Why Can't Jason Behave?||p. 87|
|Fix My Child without Disturbing Me||p. 89|
|Family Rules||p. 90|
|Family Structure||p. 92|
|The Strucural Model||p. 93|
|Blueprint for a Healthy Family||p. 96|
|Uncovering the Structure in a Family||p. 99|
|Building Children's Self-Esteem||p. 100|
|The Overinvolved Mother and Peripheral Father||p. 103|
|The Need to Restructure the Family||p. 105|
|Shared Parenting||p. 108|
|The Best of Intentions||p. 108|
|Pursuers and Distancers||p. 111|
|Self-Defeating Cycles||p. 114|
|Family Feud||p. 119|
|Sibling Rivalry||p. 120|
|Brotherhood and Sisterhood||p. 129|
|Loss of Innocence||p. 131|
|To Tell or Not to Tell, That Is the Question||p. 136|
|All Hell Breaks Loose||p. 139|
|"Why, Why, Why?"||p. 141|
|Moving On||p. 145|
|Divorce, Remarriage, and Stepparenting||p. 151|
|Families in Transition||p. 156|
|Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll: The Rebellious Teenager||p. 165|
|That Awful, Awkward Age||p. 169|
|How Worried Should Parents Be about Their Teenagers?||p. 174|
|The Terrible Teens||p. 178|
|The Salazars' Family Therapy||p. 181|
|Shifting Boundaries||p. 191|
|All Together Again, and Out||p. 193|
|Notes on Technique||p. 198|
|Letting Go||p. 203|
|"It's the End of Our Family"||p. 209|
|The Long Good-Bye||p. 210|
|Boomerang Kids||p. 211|
|"Under Certain Conditions"||p. 212|
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